The oldest of the three DiMaggios, Vince was a good fielder and baserunner, but could not hit like Joe or Dom. Six times he led the league in striking out, and in 1938 set a ML record by fanning 134 times (a mark frequently surpassed since). He reached highs of 21 HR and 100 RBI for the Pirates in 1941, and hit four grand slams for the Phillies in 1945. He played in two All-Star Games and collected a homer, triple, and single in the 1943 contest. As a centerfielder, he led the NL in assists three times and putouts twice. Vince had a long minor league career, including four years as a player-manager.